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9 thoughts on “ Why Me (LP Version)

  1. LP is apologising for wearing her sunglasses indoors. We’re having lunch at a restaurant round the corner from her label’s office, and the American artist is still not quite recovered from a.
  2. The album contained both sides of The Beatles’ first two singles – ‘Love Me Do’, ‘PS I Love You’, ‘Please Please Me’, and ‘Ask Me Why’ – plus 10 new recordings made on 11 February That day’s recording cost just £ and lasted for just under 10 working hours.
  3. The LP (from "long playing" or "long play") is an analog sound storage medium, a phonograph record format characterized by a speed of 33 1 ⁄ 3 rpm, a or inch ( or cm) diameter, and use of the "microgroove" groove bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfouced by Columbia in , it was soon adopted as a new standard by the entire record industry. Apart from a few relatively minor refinements and the.
  4. ‘Please Please Me’ was the only song performed by The Beatles during their first national TV appearance, for the ITV show Thank Your Lucky bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo was recorded at the Alpha Television Studios in Birmingham on 13 January , and was broadcast six days later.. The single, backed by ‘Ask Me Why’, caused many to take notice of The Beatles, and particularly Lennon-McCartney’s.
  5. The song was released as the second single from the album in the UK and the first in the United States. It is a lush pop song with melancholy and bitter lyrics which describe the ending of a love relationship. In it Lennox tells the subject "don't ask me why .
  6. In music, a radio edit or radio mix is a modification, typically truncated, intended to make a song more suitable for airplay, whether it be adjusted for length, profanity, subject matter, instrumentation, or bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfo edits may also be used for commercial single versions, which may be denoted as the 7" bestbardmybidesgudouggaconrekabwads.coinfor, not all "radio edit" tracks are played on radio.
  7. For example: Iron Maiden's Album/LP - The Number of the Beast released in In an [EP] is released called →Run To The Hills - The Number of the Beast← If sales of [EP] meet a certain amount it shows people are still interested in the songs (this is why they pick the higher charted 4 to 6 songs).
  8. Of course the album version has mostly the two harmonies and Paul alone sings ‘love me do’ (at least I’m pretty sure). But then, that was way before the Past Masters. You speak of ‘recording’ the Past Masters. To me this sounds like the band recorded them, which I know didn’t happen.
  9. The four remaining songs had been committed to tape in having formed the B-side of their debut release and both sides of their second single. A slightly later recording of 'Love Me Do' to that previously released, was selected for the album. This version would also appear on a subsequent EP and later still on an American # 1 single in

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